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Missing Marine ... Still Missing

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In yet another twist in the bizarre story of Marine Lance Hering, -- the 22-year-old Iraq War veteran who faked his death last August in order to avoid returning to duty -- police searched his parent’s Boulder home on Tuesday after receiving a tip from the military that he was hiding there. A police spokesperson reported that the search yielded nothing, however, and so Hering continues to go missing while the Marines and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office continue the search. -- Adam Cayton-Holland

To read Lance's entire saga, click here.

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